New MJ abuse allegations 'could hamper daughter Paris's recovery'

London, June 29 (ANI): A fresh 'child sexual abuse' case against late Michael Jackson has sparked fears that his daughter Paris, who is currently recuperating from a suicide attempt, could harm herself again.

Wade Robson, 30, has alleged that his molestation by the King of Pop started in 1990 from the age of 7 and went on for seven more years, the Mirror reported.

Robson's attorney has claimed that the 'Thriller' hit maker "brainwashed" Robson to keep mum about the sexual abuse, when first accuser Jordan Chandler spoke out in the media.

The supposed victim has also asked Paris' friends, relatives and former staff to back his case.

He also wishes stars, like Naomi Campbell, David Bowie's wife Iman, Eddie Murphy and Brooke Shields, to provide support to his side of the case.

But a close pal of the Jackson's family has told the publication that Robson's claims were part of why Paris was so bullied and she may require round-the-clock supervision.

The new accuser's court documents include a servant's statement, which alleges that she heard Jackson with "little Wade" in the shower while their underwears were outside. (ANI)


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